How to Make 3-D Flower Centers

Hi eveyone!  I thought I'd better get busy and put something new on my blog. 

This card was made with CTMH ink,  (Sunkiss Yellow, Buttercup, Smokey Plum, and Petal.)   I also used coordinating cardstock from CTMH.  My inspiration for the lattice came from Valida's Designs and Fresh Folds.

I used my cricut to cut out the shape I wanted for the window for the lattice.  All flowers were from the stamp set Asperation C1340  a CTMH product, they are by far the best.  You can't see it but I scored the white cardstock evey half inch and it added that little something more.


I wanted to show you how I made the center for the larger flowers.  I used a small daisy punch, about 1/2 in size.  I punched out nine of them, and shaped them by using a mat and small rounded tool.  It is easier to shape them a little now before stacking them.  I just simply stacked them one on top of the other with a good liquid glue.  After they are dry now is when you finish shaping them to your needs.

Thanks for stopping by.  Sending smilkes, Joanie

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This card is one of my favorites! I clicked on the image to make it a little larger and WOW! I can see the details on the flowers.

The lattice work is excellent and the middle of the white flowers provided that extra "something." I love the colors, too.

Way to go!! :-)